What would our built environment look like if we took our emotional, psychological and social needs as the starting point for creating our surroundings?
A short talk and provocation exploring how we can radically rethink the status quo to create buildings, streets, places and cities which can better contribute to people's wellbeing.
How could the design of new systems and ways of thinking across disciplines lead to making environments that have a positive effect from a human perspective?
The talk introduces Natasha's "Compassionate Places" framework for creating people-conscious places; an evolving approach and methodology she has developed through a series of research and development projects.
The talk was held as part of the Conscious Cities festival 2020 event - Conscious London